CTEGD is a research unit at UGA that brings together interdisciplinary researchers from the Departments of Cellular Biology, Microbiology, Genetics, Biochemistry & Molecular Biology, Entomology, Infectious Diseases, Ecology, and Food Safety.
CTEGD is one of UGA’s most prominent biomedical research and training programs. Students in CTEGD have the choice of 21 laboratories that work at the very forefront of global health.
Find current employment openings for a variety of research positions.
Financial contributions from alumni and friends are vital to accomplishing CTEGD’s mission to pursue cutting edge research in emerging global diseases and train students in this field.
|An unsettling picture emerges from population genomic studies of Plasmodium vivax|
|The Import of Proteins into the Mitochondrion of Toxoplasma gondii|
|Larval food quantity affects the capacity of adult mosquitoes to transmit human malaria|
|Toxoplasma Effector Recruits the Mi-2/NuRD Complex to Repress STAT1 Transcription and Block IFN-γ-Dependent Gene Expression|
Julie Moore strives to inspire students in the laboratory and the classroom. Recently she was recognized for her innovative classroom methods with a Creative Teaching Award from the University of Georgia....
The Center for Tropical and Emerging Global Diseases (CTEGD) of the University of Georgia is a university-wide, interdisciplinary center established in 1998 to foster research, education and service related to tropical and emerging global infectious diseases.
Based on a strong foundation of parasitology, immunology, cellular and molecular biology, biochemistry and genetics, CTEGD’s 20 faculty are from seven departments in three colleges.